Don’t call it a comeback. Actually, that’s pretty much exactly what it is: lunching in the city is on the rebound. As summer is well underway, there are safe and comfortable ways to try that meatless lamb at Souvla or to trek out to Ocean Avenue for a Vietnamese iced coffee from Dinosaurs. Outdoor dining options are abound — bring your lunch to the new Presidio Tunnel Top park, if you’re feeling bold — and masking up for indoor meals will always be your prerogative. There are many delicious and (relatively) cheap lunch options across all 48 hills to try, whether you’re headed back to the office for work or just tired of mail ordering your soylent like a replicant. Give San Francisco your lunch money once more at these 16 restaurants.
Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission.Read More